Villa Triana

Kresimirova obala 41, Diklo, Zadar, 23000, Croatia
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Transport from Zadar Airport to city centre/Nightlife/Beach/Islands

by LifeasJulie

Can anyone confirm where the bus terminal is in Zadar city that the airport bus arrives at?

Can you recommend a cheap taxi service and how much we should expect to pay.

we are staying in the heart of the city and tryiong to decide if taxi or bus serves us best!

Staying for 2nights each at the beginning and end of our travels, what would be the best night out for 2 x females?

Where is the best beach to hang out (don't mind travelling)? Is there a nearby island that would be better for a day of sunbathing and relaxation?

Lots of questions :-)

We are also travelling to Split and Hvar so any recommendations for any of the destinations would be most welcome.

Re: Transport from Zadar Airport to city centre/Nightlife/Beach/Islands

by lotharscheer

The airportbus arrives next to the trainstation, leaving from outside of the departure hall. While waiting there i got approached by a shared taxi driver, for about the same prize than the bus to the ferryterminal in the towncenter.

Re: Transport from Zadar Airport to city centre/Nightlife/Beach/Islands

by JanesWorld

Taxi's are very expensive so use the bus.

Re: Transport from Zadar Airport to city centre/Nightlife/Beach/Islands

by saif82


Good place in Hvar to stay is the Green Lizard hostel and in Split in the Silver gate hostel.

I'm on my way to Zadar on Sunday then to split and Havr!

Enjoy your trip

Travel Tips for Zadar

Zadar is also renowned for...

by AndreasK

Zadar is also renowned for having the most beautiful Romanesque churches in Croatia, such as the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, the Church of St. Chrysogonus, and the Bell-tower of St. Mary (all 12th and 13th century).

Stiletto Heels Are Vogue Here

by BruceDunning

There is more than the unusual woman wearing spike heels of 5-6" and tight jeans. This is the culture, and I must say, it sure makes them stand out in the crowds. There is upscale shopping in the old town, so you see a lot around the tour spots.

See the nature

by muluka

well, i loved the sea because at one city, we got to see jelly fish actually swiming close to the boats looking for somethin to eat. Apart from reading and seeing pictures, i had actually never seen one. i also got to see sea urchins and this too was really real. Be careful in the water. There are also alot of sea animals that could prick you but you also get to see alot.
its worth it anyway.

Sveti Rok-the Town

by BruceDunning

There really is not a town-per se. It has a restaurant and about 20 farm houses. Located 30 miles form Zadar going toward autostrada A1 from E65 highway. There are only about 20 farm houses in the area, and the town spreads out about 1 mile square

Sibenik – is situated in the...

by Kamen_mali

Sibenik – is situated in the bay which is linked with the open sea by St. Anne’s channel. On the western side, there is a large bathing place called “Jadrija” and on the eastern side, in Zablace, is a hotel complex called “Solaris”. Near the hotel are two small lakes – Velo Blato and Malo Blato.
The area of Sibenik has been inhabited from the Prehistoric times and it was first recorded in the chart granted by the Croatian king Petar Kresimir IV (1066.). The old part of the town was founded beneath the impressive tower of St. Ann (16th to 17th century) and it has preserved its medieval character up to our days.
The St. Jacob’s Cathedral with the famous dome and the line of stone portraits (about seventy portraits) is situated on the main square. It is one of the most valuable architectural achievements on the Croatian Adriatic. The project begun by Juraj Dalmatinac (1441. – 1473.) was completed by Nikola Firentinac at the beginning of the 16th century. The reconstruction of the huge dome, which was hit by a Serbian shells in 1991., revealed the complexity and the perfection of the work itself. In front of the Cathedral is a statue erected in honour of Juraj Dalmatinac, sculptured by Ivan Mestrovic.
Besides the island in nearby Sibenik area and the excursion area by the Krka river, there are other attractive resorts such as Pirovac, Tribunj, Rogoznica etc. Sibenik has a unique International Child’s Festival and magnifican group singing (“klape”).
Primosten is especially attractive (28 km from Sibenik), situated on the peninsula which is linked with the mainland, as well as the picturesque hills and islets with grape growing areas.


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